Songs of Justice… just released in partnership with IJM


More than 27 million people worldwide are held in slavery today. 600,000 – 800,000 of them are trafficked across international borders every year, according to the U.S. Department of State.  Historically in Human Rights and Justice movements, the banner for freedom, liberty and dignity has been first carried by the singers and songwriters. As they proclaim that no one is free until everyone is free. IJM (International Justice Mission) is a Human Rights organization that rescues victims of violence and sexual exploration around the world.  Recently a group of international artists, many of them friends, partnered with IJM to write an album on songs of justice.  Released just last week, you can see the making of the album below or hear samples of the songs (for free) and purchase the songs for a $10 donation through IJMs website.  The artists all donated their time and craft to this project.  All monies go to helping IJM rescue victims of violence.

~ by blueporch on February 20, 2015.

One Response to “Songs of Justice… just released in partnership with IJM”

  1. Todd. Thank you for posting this. Great pce.

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